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seaway

[′sē‚wā]
(navigation)
The motion or rate of motion of a vessel.
Headway of a vessel.
The sea as a route of travel from one place to another; a shipping lane. Also known as sea-lane.
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He previously served as Seaway's chief retail banking officer, overseeing operations within the branch network.
The court ordered Delgado to pay P250,000 to Seaway Lending Corp.
Back in November 1998, Delgado received the said amount from Seaway by virtue of Sangguniang Bayan Resolution 98-31.
As of September 30, 2016, Seaway Bank and Trust had assets of approximately USD 361.2m and total deposits of USD 307.1m.
In the ocean, the closed seaway divided populations of marine organisms such as sand dollars.
With the Seaway opening earlier, we have been able to get extra vessel loads out to serve our customers."
Commissioning of the Seaway Loop, as well as the new pipeline from ECHO to Beaumont/Port Arthur, will continue in the third quarter.
With the US Seaway pipeline out of action, oil stocks at Cushing, Oklahoma, the delivery point for US crude futures, will gradually increase, which could put pressure on prices.
Maps were created by plotting the traces of the seaway from various times in the Cretaceous and plotting the type localities for the same times on the Tapestry map, which showed areas that have been heavily sampled.
Seaway's expansion has been widely anticipated by oil traders.
The results pointed to a period of great geological upheaval during the early to middle Cretaceous period, when North America was divided into 'islands' by the formation of the Sever Mountains, which extended from the US southwest through Alberta, Canada, and the appearance of a shallow interior seaway that stretched from the Arctic to the Gulf of Mexico.